The Preferred Biotech Resource in Asia-Pacific
Vol 19, No 07, July 2015
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An interview with Professor Jiang Shi-Bo on Anti-MERS-CoV
An interview with Professor Jiang Shi-Bo on Anti-MERS-CoV Professor Jiang received his Ph.D. at the Fourth Military Medical University and postdoctoral training in Rockefeller University. From 1990 to 2010, he was appointed as the Head of Laboratory at the Lindsley F. Kimball Research Institute of the New York Blood Center. In 2010, Jiang was awarded as a scholar "One-Thousand- Talents", and he later joined Shanghai Medical School, Fudan University. read more »
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Living on a Gradient: A Glimpse on How Genetic Evolution shapes High-Altitude Tibetans' Survival
Living on a Gradient: A Glimpse on How Genetic Evolution shapes High-Altitude Tibetans' Survival SHANGHAI - High altitude adaptation (HAA) of Tibetan highlanders has been studied extensively and many candidate genes have been reported based on analysis of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) data. Among many reported HAA candidates, a hypoxia pathway gene: EPAS1, is the top gene candidate for the identification of extreme altitude individuals. EPAS1 is therefore the genetic signature for positive selection in Tibetans in the comparative study. read more »
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